Dr. Swapnil Rai did his Ph.D. in Environmental Science on the topic of pesticide accumulation in all the components of environment and in humans from National Institute of Malaria Research and Gurukul Kangri University, Haridwar, Uttarakhand. He joined Mangalayatan University in 2008, presently he is working as Assistant Professor of Environmental Science in Amity University Madhya Pradesh, Gwalior, India. He is a member of review and editorial board of journals of national and international repute and life member of Indian Science Congress Association, Kolkata and Applied Natural Science Foundation, Haridwar.
Dr. Rai worked on pesticide levels in soil, water, sediments, snow, fish, earthworm, food items and human blood and milk in Himalayan region of India. He has published 23 research articles, 01 book and has more than 100 citations for the articles. He is guiding Ph.D. students who are working on heavy metals and pesticides level in different components of ecosystem including food items.